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Frontier wins final approval for AT&T purchase

Stamford's Frontier Communications is Connecticut's new largest provider of landline telephone services.

AT&T to pay CT $268K for “data cramming”

As part of a $105 million nationwide settlement to resolve “data cramming” allegations, AT&T Mobility will pay $268,252 to Connecticut, officials announced.

PURA gives preliminary approval to Frontier-AT&T deal

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Stamford's Frontier Communications is likely just two weeks away from sealing its $2 billion deal to acquire a big piece of AT&T's Connecticut business.

Frontier hires CT boss

Frontier Communications has appointed a regional president who will oversee Connecticut and two other states, if regulators approve the Stamford company’s $2 billion acquisition of AT&T’s...

Super speed Gigabit networks: Connecticut’s powerful new economic weapon

Elin Katz and State Sen. Beth Bye |

It's 11 p.m. and you have a brilliant idea. If you're an engineer in precision manufacturing, you'll have to drive to the office to access the data needed to test your design. Your home...

Frontier: AT&T’s CT wireline business netted $237.6M in profits

The Connecticut wireline business Frontier Communications hopes to purchase from AT&T by year’s end has been profitable for the past three years and earned $237.6 million in net income last...

Frontier’s $1.55B debt sale to help fund AT&T purchase

Stamford’s Frontier Communications Corp. said it is selling $1.55 billion in debt to help fund its $2 billion purchase of AT&T’s Connecticut wireline and triple-play business.

PURA rejects Frontier's agreement with AG

State utilities regulators have rejected a settlement agreement between Frontier Communications, which wants to buy AT&T's Connecticut wireline and triple-play business in, and two state consumer...

Green Guide publishes Fall edition

This issue of HBJ's sustainable business magazine looks at Pratt & Whitney's operations, examines Bridgeport's green initiatives, features the state's geothermal champion, and talks with Wethersfield...

Frontier inks union contracts in western states

Stamford’s Frontier Communications, which expects to acquire AT&T’s Connecticut landline and video businesses this year, said it has signed union contracts in four of its western states.

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